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Deception Technology for Detecting Lateral Movement

We use deception technology to blanket your network with decoys to catch the serious bad attackers. You only get 100% confirmed alerts so you can focus on stuff that matters.

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Happy customers in 18 geographies covering over 1.5m endpoints.

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Here's how it works

Simple Implementation

Up and running in minutes, not months

Launch your first deception campaign using ready-made decoys. Focus on detecting threats instead of wasting countless man-days configuring a new solution.

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Low false positives

All the signal. None of the noise.

Any interaction with an IllusionBLACK decoy is a high-confidence indicator of a breach. When you get an alert, you know it’s the real deal.

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Easy to use

Save countless hours of investigation

Automated forensics and root-cause analysis in two clicks. Accomplish more in a fraction of the time with half the team.

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Stop threats while you sleep

Out-of-the-box integrations with SIEMs, Firewalls, EDRs, Proxy, threat intel feeds, SOAR, and more. Forward events, contain threats and enrich alerts without any manual effort.

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Palo Alto Networks
Crowd Strike
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.
Carbon Black.
IBM Radar
Arc Sight (An HP company)
What does deception cost?
Much less than not knowing that someone’s about to breach your customer database.
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Simple solutions for detecting and containing threats. Working with us does not break the bank or your spirit. We’re the company of choice for offensive security teams with a Net Promoter Score of 70+.

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Solutions For
Web Application AttacksLateral MovementRansomware AttacksTargeted ThreatsSocial EngineeringMalware-less Attacks